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Learn How to Make These Barbecue Spice Jars With The Cricut

Is there a “grill master” in your household, or are you the grill master? Do you want to learn how to make these barbecue spice jars with the Cricut? Is there a favorite spice rub that you love. When it comes to fun Cricut projects, I’ve got you.

I’ve never made any spice rubs, but I bet it’s pretty cool. I ended up using some Paula Deen seasonings in mine, but I bet you have some spices or spice rubs that you love.

I got the idea for these from Pinterest. Pinterest is the absolute best for getting ideas. If you love decorating your projects with vinyl, this project is for you. This project is so fun and easy.

You can get my free template, available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).

Materials I Used For This Project

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Cricut Maker 

Standard Grip Mat

Cricut Tools

White Permanent Vinyl

Transfer Tape

Pin Pen

Vinyl Weeding Scrap Collector

Jars are from Hobby Lobby

I used my Cricut Maker to cut out the vinyl to decorate these spice jars, but you could certainly use the Cricut Joy and some Smart Vinyl instead. If I do them again I will probably use my Cricut Joy. I really want to play around with the Smart Vinyl. Another nice thing about the Joy is you don’t have to use a mat with the Smart materials. The Joy machine and all of its coordinating tools and materials are smaller, making it the perfect machine to cart around or work in a small space.

Before I placed the transfer tape on top of each of these cuts so I could transfer them to the jars (not shown in the picture), I used the Pin Pen to remove the negative pieces of vinyl. You can use your thighs to keep the jar steady when applying the vinyl. Apply vinyl and use a scraper tool to burnish the vinyl to each of the jars (a credit card works). Remove the transfer tape, fill with spices or rubs, and you’ve got yourself some pretty nice spice jars.

Here Is A Process Video

Another fun project you can do is to make a grill master apron to match these spice jars. Just grab an apron and some heat transfer vinyl, your Cricut and an EasyPress 2 or a heat press, and create to your heart’s content. Did you enjoy learning how to make these barbecue spice jars with the Cricut

Are You In The USA and Do You Celebrate the 4th of July?

I’m curious, if you are in the U.S.A. and you celebrate the 4th of July holiday, what do you do to celebrate? Do you go all out with the decorations and fireworks, or do you keep it pretty low key? Do you have a picnic or a cookout with family and/or friends? Let me know in the comments.

Have a happy 4th to those of you that celebrate it.

Kathy

You can get my free template, available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).

 

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Shea

    I LOVE THESE! Mr. Right’s birthday is coming up and these would be PERFECT! They look super fun to make, and he’s big into his spice rubs. Thanks for the tutorial, Ksthy!

    1. krp@kpeckscreativecafe.com

      I’m so glad Shea!!! You are so welcome!

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